[dropcap]H[/dropcap]annah Fluhler wants the crying to stop. Because of a first-of-its kind fellowship, the Honors College student is assembling a research team to determine if soothing lullaby music combined with gentle rocking will aid newborns suffering from drug withdrawal. Hannah is proposing a pilot study to be conducted in the neonatal intensive care unit at Indiana University Health […]
[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ith a history teacher for a father, Maren Orchard was raised with an acute awareness of the past. But it wasn’t until she had her father as her high school history teacher that she began to be influenced by his passionate interest in the long struggle for gender equality. Maren has explored both interests as […]
Amid packing and goodbyes, Clay Miller and his Ball State alumni parents recall the Florida school that once topped his list and the talk that changed his mind.
Dora Lott of Farmland, Indiana, loves trig, buys vintage and watches “Friends,” but is two years younger than most of her fellow freshmen.
Honors College senior Sarah Fischer has blended her majors in biology and printmaking by studying campus bird-window impacts and creating bird etchings.
Katrina Anne Willis, an essayist and award-winning blogger, had her first novel published this spring. “Parting Gifts” is about family struggle from the view of three adult sisters.